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George Morfogen Bio
George Morfogen was born on March 30th, 1933 and died on March 8th, 2019. He was an American stage, film and TV actor. He is known for playing Bob Rebadow in the HBO show Oz, and for his role as Stanley Bernstein in the original V miniseries.
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|George Morfogen Born||He was born on March 30th, 1933 in New York City, U.S.|
|George Morfogen Died||He died on March 8th, 2019 (aged 85) in New York City, U.S.|
|George Morfogen Husband||Gene Laughorne (m.? – March 8th, 2019) his death|
|George Morfogen Occupation||Actor|
|George Morfogen Education||Morfogen was a graduate of Brown University and the Yale School of Drama|
|George Morfogen Years active||1957-2016 Morfogen was a graduate of Brown University and the Yale School of Drama|
George Morfogen Biography
George Morfogen Early Carrer
Morfogen is best known for playing Bob Rebadow on the HBO series Oz. His television appearances also included Saint Elsewhere, Deadly Matrimony, Blood Feud, and Sherlock Holmes.
George Morfogen Movies/Films
His films included They All Laughed, What’s Up Doc, Daisy Miller, and She’s Funny That Way.
George Morfogen Broadway Carrer
Morfogen began his Broadway career as stage manager for The Fun Couple in 1962, and later as a standby in John Gabriel Borkman and Kingdoms. He also appeared in the Broadway productions of Arms and the Man, the 1994 revival of An Inspector Calls, Fortune’s Fool, and the 2008 revival of A Man for All Seasons. He spent 17 years as a resident actor with the Williamstown Theatre Festival.
George Morfogen Later Carrer
He last appeared in The Traveling Lady at the Cherry Lane Theatre in 2017. He was also seen in A Picture of Autumn, Golden Age, View Carre, Uncle Vanya, Othello, Mrs. Warren’s Profession, and Henry V.
George Morfogen Death and Cause
George Morfogen died on March 8th, 2018 at his home in New York City. He was 86. His cause of death was not released. His Funeral Service was on Wednesday, March 13th, 2019 at 11:30 at Campbell Funeral Chapel, 1076 Madison Avenue, New York.
#RIP George Morfogen
In the Chelsea Theater Center’s production of Max Frisch’s Biography: A Game
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— Deny Fear (@dean_frey) March 13, 2019
Rest In Peace our dear brother and friend #GeorgeMorfogen who graced our film with his gentle charm and generous truth. A spectacular actor, kind friend and gentle soul. Thank you for sharing your gift with us and lending some of your magic. Thank You George. We miss you already. pic.twitter.com/EQjkH5JkLO
— OneDaySinceYesterday (@OneDaySinceYest) March 13, 2019
No question, I’m still floored by the news that your Oz co-star, the brilliant George Morfogen, has passed away! As “Rebadow”, he was like a rock star in the supercool zone! Had the great fortune to see him, Alan Bates and Frank Langella in “Fortune’s Fool”!
— robert fox (@sistalovinman) March 13, 2019
George Morfogen Family, Husband (Gene Laughorne), Gay
He is survived by his husband and partner of 51 years Gene Laughorne and his nieces Leslie Brauman and Amanda Brauman King
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